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... I read that if your blood calcium is in a normal range with other normal lab results mean that your body is using it properly. ... (3 replies)
... The body needs it there to continue the electrical synapses. In order to keep it normal the body will take calcium from the bone if it is too low, or excrete it in the urine if too high. ... (1 replies)
... I am on forteo and concerned about my serum calcium levels which before and after forteo are on the high end of range or slightly out. ... (17 replies)

... If your calcium levels haven't changed, and they are at normal range than that is very good, and that's what you want to see, as some of the other posters mentioned. ... (3 replies)
... help control the total amount of calcium in the body. Most people who have abnormal blood calcium levels do not have any symptoms. Usually, calcium levels need to be extremely high or low to cause symptoms. ... (1 replies)
... when I took Forteo my Dr. tested my calcium levels to be sure it was not too high. If your blood calcium levels are in the correct range, and you get a good amount of calcium in your diet, you should not need calcium supplements while on Forteo. ... (2 replies)
... and it came back normal. I then went to an Endo for another reason, and he ordered a serum ioniz...test. That test came back with my serum calcium elevated and also my D3, my urinary calcium was normal and so was PTH, T3 etc. ... (9 replies)
... I think if your blood calcium is in the normal range, then your calcium intake is sufficient. ... (9 replies)
... and other conditions, some of them serious. ... (80 replies)
... pe and has a practice in Europe also. She primarily works with Olympic Athletes here in the States and she herself used to be an Olympic athlete. I spend a lot of time abroad. It is SR. I have SC also in 340 doses, but I do not take it. ... (4 replies)
... I went to a naturopath doctor and he told me to take 50,000 of D eventhough my levels were fine, in the mid range of normal, but my calcium levels were low. ... (22 replies)
... ng is causing it, but RARELY is it the big C.Look on the website for Hyperparathyroidism they are really helpful and reply straight away they tell you the normal levels and will also tell you what to say to your gp. ... (71 replies)
... I'm not sure where to post this, but since many of you seem to have a lot of knowledge regarding Calcium metabolism, I will ask here. I had posted here before regarding calcium levels and unexplained bone loss in my jaw. ... (71 replies)
Calciums levels?
Aug 29, 2007
... I was taking the high doses once a week. My calcium levels were within range with the high doses, until the last blood test I had which showed that it is now going up. My dentists are perplexed with why I am losing bone in my jaw. ... (8 replies)
... reading that information will help you to formulate questions for your dr. or lead you to request more diagnostic work. It was indicated that low production of pth in hypoparathyroid will lead to reduced calcium levels in your bones and blood, and an increase in phosphorous and a decrease in magnesium. ... (31 replies)
... You are doing fine answering the posts. I think you are getting the hang of it. ... (13 replies)
Vitamin k
Jan 2, 2009
... I can't find any studies or trials on the combo of K2 and Forteo. That doesn't mean they don't exist, so I would check out the info Canna gave you and see if there is any reference to this. ... (5 replies)
... is it blood calcium, PTH, Vitamin D, and NTX that are the ones that you have to be careful about your levels being affected by Forteo? ... (4 replies)
... Sorry you are having such a hard time with a dx, I know how it feels, I just completed 2 years of this unending dilemma. ... (104 replies)
... Do you have a calcium level, either serum or ionised? ... (11 replies)




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